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CHARLOTTE, Mich. — The city of Charlotte just took a big step forward in the push to replace lead service lines in the city. It's all thanks to a grant totaling more than $350,000.
City manager Erin LaPere said under Michigan's new lead and copper rules, municipalities, and any water suppliers are mandated to identify lead or galvanized service lines and replace them.
“They have a schedule that we have to maintain, and so we have begun doing that work," LaPere said. "So, this grant is to help offset some of those costs.”
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